AAUT Awards Team New Contact at RMIT
25 January, 2021
Happy New Year for 2021!
AAUT Awards Team have officially started in RMIT. Our new contact is
2020 AAUT Christmast Break
21 December, 2020
The AAUT Awards team will be on leave from Thursday 24th December 2020 to Monday 11th January 2021. The awards team will remain at Swinburne University until 22nd January 2021 and will transition to RMIT on Monday 25th January 2021.
Enjoy your well-deserved end of year break and see you all in 2021!
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2020 AAUT Assessor Evaluation
1 December, 2020
Assessor EvaluationSurvey is now open till Monday 21 Dec. Your feedback helps us to improve on the systems and processes for future rounds.
2020 AAUT UA Announcement
23 November, 2020
On Wednesday, 24th February 2021, 4pm AEDT, Universities Australia (UA) will formally announce this round AAUT recipients.
More details to come
2020 AAUT Collaborative Assessment
16 November, 2020
Time for comprehensive discussions, arguing individual rating and reaching consensus during the collaborative assessment period 16-27 Nov
2020 AAUT The Career Achievement Award
9 November, 2020
The Career Achievement Award is to recognise individuals who have devoted their life making outstanding contributions to learning and teaching; and their achievements had a major influence and left an enduring legacy on the higher education sector.
Nomination period is from 9 to 27 Nov via your institution Vice-Chandellor.
2021 Australian Award for University Teaching
4 November, 2020
Australian Award for University Teaching will run again next year. We encourage you to start contacting potential applicants so they can start preparing for their 2021 submission.
More concrete dates will be provided once they are confirmed.
2020 Notification of the Nomination Outcome
29 October, 2020
In Jan 2021, the Awards Team will notify institutions the outcome of the nomination.
2020 AAUT Individual Assessment Open
26 October, 2020
AAUT assessment phase has commenced. AAUT Assessors are completing individual assessment of submissions – Rating and Feedback.
Congratulations to Professor Angela Carbone
22 October, 2020
We will like to congratulate Professor Angela Carbone on taking up a role as Associate Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching), College of Science, Engineering and Health, at RMIT University commencing in 2021. The AAUT team will join her and transit to RMIT University.